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HSC II & IPE 2 (formerly EBM II) Clinical Question Presentation Assignment Guide: Home

This guide provides instructions for the EBM II clinical question presentation assignment.

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COM Students: The clinical questions presentation assignment will become part of the Health Systems and Community II course in the new curriculum. 

Guide Acknowledgements

This guide was created by Michelle Cudnik, Pharm.D. and Heather McEwen, MLIS, MS. Thanks to Alyssa Prior, M.Ed. for her contributions to the guide.

College of Medicine Curriculum Mapper, Asst. Professor of Family and Community Medicine

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Heather McEwen, MLIS, MS
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Office: G-142 (within the Department of Family and Community Medicine)
330-325-6605
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Introduction to the Guide

This guide is an assignment guide for the clinical question presentation assignment in the HSC II course. You must receive a passing grade (70% or higher) on the assignment to pass the HSC II course.

Assignment Learning Objectives

Student groups will evaluate the clinical literature using PPICONS and the 7-Step Approach to answer clinical question both orally and in writing.

Assignment Help Sessions

  • You will be given time to work on your presentation in class on TBD. You may work with your group in the lecture hall or  anywhere on campus. Professor McEwen will be available in the lecture hall to answer questions about the assignment or your question.
  • There will be an optional clinical question assignment help session. It will be an informal session. Stop by the room to ask your questions.
    • Date: TBD
    • Time: TBD
    • Room: TBD

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